They don't need small star like me: Shah Rukh Khan to CCL
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A new innings in bickering has begun in the Khan Battle.
Celebrity Cricket League may have roped in a glittering 'star cast', including Dabangg Salman Khan, but King Khan is clearly not interested.
At the opening ceremony of the Toyota Cricket league. When Shah Rukh was asked if we would ever see him play the game, he said, "I personally will not have the time to play the game... They already have so many stars, they don't need a small star like me."
Shah Rukh who owns IPL team 'Kolkata Knight Riders' is known to be passionate about the sport and later encourged the participant by narrating the famous Chak de! India '70 minute' speech.
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